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Awards and Recognition

Call for Award Nominations
Each year, ASCP recognizes the individuals who have made outstanding, lifelong contributions to the Society. The ASCP Awards Committee is seeking nominations and needs your help to identify award candidates. Please help by making a nomination. The deadline for nominations is March 1, 2015. Award Recipients will be recognized at the fall ASCP Annual Meeting.

To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here. For information about laboratory professional awards, click here.

Nominations should include:
1) Completed nominations form indicating which award your nominee should be considered for
2) Brief statement summarizing achievements of individual you are nominating
3) Curriculum vitae for the nominee

The ASCP President’s Award was created to recognize an ASCP member who has gone above and beyond in his or her volunteer activities and provided significant contributions to ASCP programs and/or activities. An individual selected for this award should exemplify what it is be a volunteer. The ASCP President has the privilege of selecting President’s Award. 

To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here.
    The Mastership serves to recognize those distinguished members (both pathologist and laboratory professionals) who have made significant contributions to the field of pathology and laboratory medicine and to the ASCP. Eligibility is based on years of ASCP membership, significant career accomplishments, and contributions to the Society and to the profession.

    Download Mastership Nomination Form (PDF) or List of past Mastership Recipients.


    To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here.

      This award honors Fellow members who have made a significant contribution to pathology through sustained service to the profession and the ASCP. The award was established in 1929 to honor Ward Burdick, MD, FASCP--one of the original founders of the ASCP.

      Download Nomination Form (PDF) or List of past Award Recipients.


      To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here.

        This award honors ASCP members who have made a significant contribution to molecular pathology, immunohematology, and/or immunopathology. This award was established in 1969 to honor the late Phillip Levine, MD, FASCP, who made many contributions to pathology, including determining the etiology of Rh hemolytic disease of newborns. 

        Download Nomination Form (PDF) or List of past Award Recipients.


        To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here.

          This award honors Fellow members who have participated significantly in a variety of roles within the ASCP throughout their careers. This award, established in 1989, serves as a tribute to Israel Davidsohn, MD, FASCP, whose contributions touched every aspect of ASCP. Dr. Davidsohn served as ASCP President in 1951-52.

          Download Nomination Form (PDF) or List of past Award Recipients.


          To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here.

            This award honors ASCP Fellow members who have had distinguished careers in pathology and laboratory medicine embracing education, research and administration, as well as service to organized pathology. The award was initiated in 1974 and honors the former ASCP president, H.P. Smith, MD, FASCP.

            Download Nomination Form (PDF) or List of past Award Recipients.


            To read about the 2014 ASCP award winners, click here.

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